Re: 65 Ply Bel II
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Re: 65 Ply Bel II



Thanks Gary. It looks decent. Another reminder of how having a couple more doors often lowers the asking price, except for wagons. 4 doors mean more opportunity to have friends ride along, as Rich noted!

Gary H. 

>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: Gary Futrell  
>  Stopped and looked at a 65 Plymouth Belvedere II tonight. If anyone is
>  looking for one, this one is priced reasonable at $800. It's located
>  in Central Oklahoma. You can find it on the Oklahoma City craigslist
>  site. Slant 6 , manual steering, and auto. Straight car with a little
>  rust at the bottom of front doors and cowl near driver's wiper. Front
>  clip and rear quarters appeared clean but didn't bang on them. Car
>  started but smoked some.
>  
>  Gary F. 

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